Streamer Coffee Company

1-20-28, Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Average: 4.5 / 5 stars, based on 5 reviews.
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Stroooong espresso and good hipster vibes. Lots of room to sit down and escape the searing Tokyo heat.

These guys served me the best coffee I had in Japan. Hands down. My macchiato was rich, flavourful and made with care. I’ll have to go back and try the food—the ‘army camo’ bagels looked pretty interesting.

Got a latte to go, and it was so good I want to go back for another. For the hardcore there’s the Revolver latte. 6 shots.

Wowzers! Latte art pros. Ordered a latte which came in a pretty big cup. Very tasty and the pattern (not sure what this particular one is called) was symmetrical and very pretty. Great spot.

Great atmosphere, cool design, but most importantly great coffee!

A couple of the barista have won rewards for coffee art and they have a few interesting drinks on the menu. The streamer late comes in a huge cup at a price of ¥520 standard drinks are around the ¥350 mark.

Best coffee I’ve found in Tokyo

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